Nashville Jolly Farmers give to Nashville Fire Department

Nashville Jolly Farmers give  to Nashville Fire Department

The Nashville Jolly Farmers met on June 13 at the Nashville United Methodist Church. The club discussed donating $200 to the Nashville Fire Department to help rebuild a memorial that was destroyed. Demonstrations were kicked off by Delani Vaughn, who did a demonstration on how to play volleyball. Following this was Derek Vaugh, who showed the club how to throw and catch a baseball.

The club also met on June 27 at the church. The club discussed recreation night ideas and also decided to donate a bench to the Holmes County Fair.

Kicking off demonstrations was Rhilynn Tish, who showed the club how to to use flint and steel, and she demonstrated this by lighting a fire with both. Next up was Matthew Grady, who demonstrated how to use a fire extinguisher. He allowed people to use the fire extinguisher to spray down paper cutouts of flames. After that, Garrett Fowler demonstrated to the club how to give a pig a shot.

Gabby Fowler and Payson Dial demonstrated how to bunt a ball in softball, and following this was Katie Wilson, who showed the club how to put a halter on a llama and how to walk a llama at the fair. After that was Sophia Ellis, who showed the club the different parts and tools in a sewing box, and the final demonstration was Jesse Ellis, who showed the club a hero engine and how to make one.